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A game that got my heart-rate high, but couldn't keep it there.
Daylight the procedurally generated horror game coming to the PC and PS4 has received a new release date. A new trailer was released yesterday announcing the new date as April 29th. The reason for the delay? To make it scarier.
Daylight is available on Steam for Pre-Order...and it has a nice little gift for those that take advantage,
The Oculus Rift ready horror game in development by Zombie Studios has a release window for PC and PS4! Mentioned by Jarred Gerritzen, Studio Director, in an IGN video walkthrough, the game will be shipping in April...
Atlus has just released a new trailer for the upcoming Zombie Studios horror survival game, Daylight. Created with the unreal engine 4 the trailer showcases some of it's gorgeous and pretty grim visuals.
Zombie Studios have revealed some interesting story elements behind their survival horror title Daylight where players take the role of Sarah Gwynn in a first person perspective with nothing but the light from her smartphone to guide her way through the insanely terrifying Mid Island Bay Hospital. Oh and there's some spooktacular screenshots too, more than fitting for Friday the 13th eh?
From the masterminds at Zombie Studios, comes a terrifying game, Daylight, set to release in 2014 for the PS4 and PC as a downloadable title. The publishers at Atlus gave gamers a bit of a teaser on June 6 and really scared the pants off of viewers who were brave enough to take a look at it. Zombie Studios, who also has Blacklight Retribution in the works, built this amazing scare fest on the Unreal Engine 4. Jessica Chobot, who is the voice of the main character, wrote the amazing story.
When I first heard about Daylight it gave me a little bit of hope for the current state of the 'survival horror' genre. I'm not one that enjoys those types of games, but I could see that the genre was starting to shift more towards the use combat and having almost a first person shooter element to it. What was lacking was a real scary game that left you feeling vulnerable as well as engaged with the games story. Everything about Daylight pointed at just that, and now there's evidence to prove it.
I'm a big fan of Zombie Studios, they've brought out some cracking games like Blacklight: Retribution and Special Forces: Team X and I'm super exited (sort of) to hear about their latest venture - Daylight - a brand new game built on the Unreal Engine 4 that's set to revive the horror game genre.